"D-drive" Micro Sport 25amp Brushless ESC

$ 47.50

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The "D-drive" Micro Sport is a 2-3s capable, 25amp ESC, programmed for brushless mode. Running on a 32bit chip, it's been custom flashed & assembled into one of the smallest form-factors you'll find. Weighing in at only 8grams, with a tiny "footprint" of only 30mm x 12mm x 10mm tall. With such a small size,  you certainly won't have any issues finding a great spot to install this on your micro crawler!

Utilizing the popular AM32 opensource firmware, you're fully programmable with the addition of our ESC programmer, found here. Noticeable increase in low-end control & throttle modulation, along with almost silent brushless operation will provide amazing control over your rig!
Checkout the running video here.

This custom ESC is smashed together with an adjustable 2.5amp BEC, that can be adjusted anywhere between 5v - 8.4v when using 3s batteries. 


We've set the BEC to 6.5 volts as standard, unless you choose different from the dropdown menus below. 

Please leave us a note during checkout,
with your brushless motor KV and pole count.
This will allow us to set these parameters during programming for you,
for better performance!


If you'd like to add-on an AM32 Programmer, 
Follow the link below to order, & more info here:      
(This programmer WILL allow you to change between Brushed and Brushless Mode)

AM32 Programmer

Standard Brushless Version will include pre-tinned motor leads to attach your motor wires or bullet plugs.
***Soldering is required***

"Plug n' Play" option will connect to your brushless motor directly,
***NO Soldering required***


Tips & tricks

 - Motor connection is the single output side. (Marked "M" if Brushed)

 - Battery plug comes out on the Receiver plugs side

 -  Black & White servo plug is throttle channel #2

 - Brown & Red servo plug is BEC to Rx, plugs into any open channel to power your receiver

Here's the "Settings Explained", for a better understanding of the tuning abilities of AM32 Firmware.
("FOC" is referred to as "Sinusoidal Mode" in AM32.)